Our Guernsey States Works Case Study shows how the Tiger LT instrument is being used to monitor VOCs from an odour control system installed at a new Waste Transfer station.  The ease of use and reliability of the Tiger LT combined with its portability, high detection rates and range of response factors helps to ensure that the new waste transfer system is not affecting the environment or impacting the local community.

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Our Ninewells hospital Case Study shows how the hospital are using an ION Science Tiger to adhere with the Human Fertilisation and Embryology (HFEA) regulations for air quality in tissue laboratories and to ensure optimum culture conditions for embryos.

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Our Lone Star Hazmat Case Study  shows how the Texas-based Lone Star Hazmat Response is using a handheld Tiger LT volatile organic compound (VOC) monitor from ION Science to identify the presence of potentially harmful VOCs at hazardous materials incidents.

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Our IGE Consulting Case Study shows why Geo-environmental consultancy, IGE Consulting, is using a Tiger LT handheld photoionisation detector to provide comprehensive risk assessments of on-site contamination.

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Our Technologa & Ambiente (T&A) Case Study explains why they purchased a Falco fixed, continuous photoionisation detector (PID) as a key component of its newly developed Online System for Monitoring Odours Treatment Efficiency (OSMOTREFF).

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Our Monument Chemicals Case Study shows why they are using fixed continuous PID monitors pump seals for leaks of different grades of solvents in the C6- C9 aromatic compound range

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Our Tabib Toxic Waste Services Case Study explains how our intrinsically safe handheld instrument is being used to monitor VOCs in box containers being sent to Europe

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Our Russian Bioanalytical Laboratory Case Study explains why they choose a handheld instrument monitor for nitrogen and argon leaks as part of pivotal gas management system

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Our Merseyside Fire & Rescue Case Study explains how our handheld, portable photoionisation detectors helps emergency services, fire and rescue to detect volatile organic compounds from ignitable liquids

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Most recently in healthcare, the TVOC 2 in Cleveland Clinic’s, a non-profit academic medical center, within their vitro fertilization lab to confirm air quality in conjunction with Global Plasma Solutions’ NPBI TM products.

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ATEX and IECEx Zone 1 accredited robot designed to detect volatile organic compound (VOC) gases inflammable and explosive environments within remote unmanned facilities following the introduction of more stringent fugitive emission regulations.

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